Kimberley Walsh of Girls Aloud and currently starring as Princess Fiona in Shrek in the West End and Tom Cleverley of Manchester United have given their support to help spread the word about Project HE:RO.
Both of these well grounded individuals provide good examples of how you can find an interest and then apply yourself to improving your talent it can make dreams come true. They both like the way HERO is trying to improve children’s lives.
More celebrity support to come
Evolve has worked hard to obtain further celebrity support for Project HE:RO and hope to announce these leading up to Christmas so watch this space for news of celebrities supporting HERO.
Evolve directors were delighted to hear that Project HE:RO™ has won its third award in recognition of the impact it has on improving the lives of children. HERO has already won an award in a competition “to make Bradford a healthier place” and an UnLtd Millennium Award for the Project HE:RO™ concept.
Social Futures Award
Evolve director Graham Morgan received a Social Future Awards from UnLtd and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation. The Social Futures Award provides funding and support to entrepreneurial individuals living in Bradford with innovative ideas and solutions to the challenges that face their local communities.